Samuel Bruce Graves Jr. (November 7, 1963–) is the U.S. Representative for Missouri's 6th congressional district, serving since 2001. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district includes the entire northern third of the state, from the Kansas border to the Illinois border. However, the bulk of its population lives in the northern suburbs of Kansas City.
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- It is the long game that we have to worry about, but as farmers you know we’re obviously worried about whatever happens in the short term, we’ve got a crop coming up, we don’t know if it’s a bumper crop or not, if it’s a bumper crop it’s going to depress prices but the fact of the matter is commodities are very volatile. In this case the tariffs are going to push it down, they’ll make money on the way down, it will go back up and come back down and come back up, that’s what commodity prices do, it’s just better when they’re a lot higher particularly for farmers who are trying to make farm payments.
- Farmers voice concerns to Missouri Congressman Sam Graves (August 30, 2018)
- The idea of thinking about raising taxes to pay for one of those Obama-style stimulus packages — that has little to do with roads — is obscene, it’s just a spending project.
- House Republican floats new tax as opening bid to spark infrastructure bill (February 12, 2020)